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Top 3 Views
- One of several saves by KG in the final minute as #SyrCrunch hold off @AmerksHockey for a 3-2 win. #ahl #Syracuse http://t.co/RwGyDgQQON : 2 hours ago
- ...and [Vasilevskiy] clearly doing that down in Syracuse,” @CoopersLaw said. (2/2) : 9 hours ago
- “It’s why I love @TheAHL because it’s the greatest league to learn and become an NHL pro.. (1 of 2) : 9 hours ago
- Had this ready then he goes & wins a game @TBLightning. Vasilevskiy is mine & @TheAHL #SyrCrunch Player of the Week. http://t.co/V544VjDSsO : 9 hours ago
- “Credit our goalie coaches,” @CoopersLaw said following Vasilevskiy’s first win in the #NHL. @coachxander #SyrCrunch http://t.co/ZfiN7bDnMg : 10 hours ago
Daily Archives: June 10, 2011
A Graduated Neutral Density Filter are not like the Neutral Density filters I have talked about in the past. Those cut the light into the entire lens opening. A graduated ND filter, is dark on one side and gradually goes … Continue reading →